Remote start extended

Due to regional and campus trends in COVID-19 positivity rates, as well as staffing and operational concerns, UCLA will extend remote instruction through Friday, Jan. 28. Read more

Updates from campus leadership

  • UCLA COVID-19 protocols

    Complete list of campus protocols addressing COVID-19 prevention, vaccines, testing, exposure management and quarantine procedures.

  • Updated masking, isolation and quarantine protocols for UCLA

    In many cases, isolation and quarantine periods have been shortened to five days. Well-fitting upgraded masks will also be required on campus.

  • COVID-19 virtual town hall for faculty and staff

    Following the recent extension of remote instruction and a significant increase in COVID-19 cases, campus leaders and health experts will discuss operational changes, new testing, boosters, masking requirements and changes to isolation and quarantine periods.

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Town hall for students: Winter quarter

January 20, 2022
time 5:00 pm

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Health and safety

COVID-19 vaccines

Updates for staff, faculty and students on UCLA’s vaccination program, answers to frequently asked questions and news about upcoming events.

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Prevention, testing and treatment

Guidance on preventing infection, details about getting tested at UCLA Health facilities and information on COVID-19 treatments.

More on prevention, testing and treatment

Vaccination rates and COVID cases

Information on vaccination rates and confirmed COVID-19 cases among the campus community is updated Monday through Friday at 5 p.m.

COVID Dashboard

University operations

The campus is working to develop plans despite rapidly evolving data and shifting circumstances. We understand these plans will impact all of you, and we are committed to a thoughtful approach that is inclusive of the broader campus community.

Recommended COVID-19 resources

For journalists

UCLA faculty members are available for interviews with news media on a wide range of topics related to COVID-19, including public health and epidemiology, virology and vaccines, mental health, education, law, politics and the economy.

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